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on roads near ponds and other bodies of water. >> now, is that really a good use of government money? steve leroy is a town supervisor. you can correct me on the pronunciation of your name, i'm sorry. he's in wayne county, new york. good to see you this morning. >> thanks for having me on. >> all right. so your area, you're too broke some say to fix the roads there. yet, you got these no -- watch out for the frogs street signs up there. how are you feeling about this? >> ok. it's true. i got the word about two weeks ago that new york state was in fact installing these signs. and like anyone else, i couldn't believe it. we're trying desperately to replace our infrastructure, roads, bridges, install water lines and this is what the folks down in albany send us. frog crossing signs. >> was there a laugh track in the envelope? here's what the new york parks department says about this. listen to this. there is concern over the well being of hundreds of frogs, turtles, snakes that cross the road. the hope is the motorists would be aware of the creatures crossing the road and drive cautiously as
. jurlists, three being held after five days at the tripoli hotel. cnn's chaunce was one of them. steve jobs will step down. jobs is on his third medical leave of absence. he didn't mention his health problems directly but he said the time has come to resign. >>> portions of the u.s. east coast are likely to be under a hurricane watch in just a few hours. hurricane irene is tearing through the bahamas right now with sustained winds at 160 miles an hour. it could hit the populated, northeast this weekend. those are the top stories. i'm zain veer gee. "world business today" starts now. >> an ipod, a phone. are you getting it? >>> the innovator steve jobs steps down as ceo of apple. we'll look at the company's future under new leadership. hello. i'm andrew stevens in hng kong. >> and i'm nina dos santos in london. you're watching "world business today." -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> let's start with the markets. they were higher for your the second or third trading day. let's look at where they stand at the moment. we've got the heaviest gains comes. the cac 40 in france up the most
after steve jobs. it's "nightly business report" for thursday, august 25. this is "nightly business report" with susie gharib and tom hudson. "nightly business report" is made possible by: this program is made possible by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. captioning sponsored by wpbt >> tom: good evening and thanks for joining us. two iconic american companies-- apple and bank of america-- and two iconic c.e.o.s-- steve jobs and warren buffett-- in the spotlight today. susie, investors spent the day trying to figure out whether it's time to buy or sell shares of apple and bank of america. >> susie: tom, steve jobs and warren buffett are visionaries that investors pay close attention to. so it's not surprising that apple stock fell slightly today reacting to news that the company's superstar c.e.o. resigned. shares closed down $2.23 to $375 and change. but shares of bank of america jumped almost 10% after buffett said he's making a big $5 billion bet in the beleaguered bank. >> tom: we'll have more on the future of apple in a moment, but first, a clo
of hours. >>> the tech world is still reeling from the resignation of steve jobs. he will still have a role in the silicon valley power house. claudine wong joins us to explain what is next for the company. >> this media storm certainly continues over steve jobs' resignation from apple. i want to show you video of the media camp out. certainly, ever ione is watching stops and everybody is waiting to hear from jobs or his replacement tim cook. tim cook sent an e-mail to employees, promising that the best years are you ahead. >> he will be on stage, at the next event and then he will do what steve jobs has been dog, hand it over to the senior people who are in charge of those different products and showing how deep the bench really is in apple. >> reporter: that being said, no one is arguing that tim cookies steve jobs -- that tim cook is no steve jobs, but he sent an e-mail to employees. experts say that's the point where jobs is considered one of those people bigger than life. apple is now bigger than jobs. >> i think what steve jobs has done, he has helped build that vision into the dna of
you right in the pocket. >> absolutely, steve. the medicare and social security is absolutely front and center in the senior community. when you think about the super committee making decisions that are going to affect us, we're highly concerned about the -- the integrity with which those decisions will be made. will they really understand the needs of the senior community? will they really be thinking about seniors as they create legislation? one of the things that -- the promises made in the election of campaign of 2008, was that legislation would be open and transparent. >> good one. >> and -- >> whatever happened to that? >> to be a part of that, you know, and quite frankly, what concerns me most of all through this whole process is everything has been behind closed doors. we have no idea what's going on. >> right, and in fact, the president signed the bill yesterday privately. a picture was released from the white house but there wasn't a big ceremony. chris, going forward, i know you feel that your former commander in chief let you down. how? >> well, i think that we've u
desperate by the second. >>> the end of an era at am. i'm carol costello. steve jobs, creator force behind apple, resigns. what will this mean for the company? the change the way you live on this "american morning." >>> good morning to you. it is thursday, august 25. welcome to "american morning." every day, it has been something else. something big happening. >> we want it to stop. >> i know. i need a flashlight, batteries. >> this hurricane is dodging all over the place. it is making landfall someplace. >> through the bahamas right now. east coast of the united states trying to figure out where it could land. category 3 storm delivering powerful blows to the southeastern and central islands. it is 115-mile-per-hour winds, heavy rains causing extensive damage. in some cases ripping homes right off of their foundations. now irene is making its way towards nassau. jim spelman is there with the latest. obviously you are getting blown around there. tell us what the late southwest on the ground. >> reporter: hey, christine. high of irene is 80 miles away from nassau. getting pounded all night.
with the president's former top economic adviser, larry summers, and the ceo of forbes, inc., steve forbes. then washington from afar with california governor jerry brown. >> the washington of today is suffering and experiencing a governability crisis. >> and the week seen through the prism of 2012 politics with former obama adviser aknee that dunn and former republican congress tom davis. plus, retired admiral mike mcconnell on the looming dangers of international cyber attacks. i'm candy crowley, and this is "state of the union." a better than expected jobs report was the only upbeat economic note this week, and it was pushed off the front pages when one of the three big credit ratings, standard & poor's, downgraded the u.s. government's credit rating, the first time that's ever happened. >> it's a matter of the medium and long-term budget position of the united states that needs to be brought under control, not the immediate fiscal position, it's the one that centers on entitlements and its entitlement reform or having the matching revenues to pay for those entitlements. that's at the c
, with larry summers, and steve forbes. and then washington from afar with california governor, jerry brown. >> the washington of today is suffering and experiencing a crisis. >> and then plus, retired admiral, mike mcconnell, on the looming dangers of international cyber attacks. i am candy crowley, and this is state of the union. a better than expected jobs report was the only upbeat economic note this week, and it was downgraded. that's the first time that ever happened. >> it's a matter of the medium and long-term budget position of the united states that needs to be brought under control, not the immediate fiscal position, it's the one that centers on entitlements and its entitlement reform or having the matching revenues to match the entitlements. >> we have treasury secretary under president lynn clinton, and steve forbes, the president and ceo of forbes ing, and a former presidential candidate. thank you both. i cannot think of two men better to try and explain to me what to make of the downgrading of the u.s. government's credit rating. let's start with you, steve. >> i think in a
't worry, he says he has a plan. steve? >> what is it? meanwhile, london is burning. the city erupting into flames overnight as violent riots grow for a third straight day. latest details moments away. "fox & friends" up early on this tuesday starts now. >> hey, this is boone pickens. you're watching "fox & friends." great show. watch it every morning. >> thank you very much for that endorsement and good morning, folks. we are up 5:00 a.m. eastern here in new york city. good morning to you, eric. >> good morning, steve dooszy. i got to tell you last night, i was here until 11:00 watching the markets. it's something very scary going on. around 10:00, the markets were down 100 points. it looks like there was no bottom at sight. we went 350 points lower at one point last night atop of that number right there. 634. literally 1,000 points for the day at one point. we closed the market and closed the show down and we woke up this morning and somehow, we have a little bit a bounceback. >> a little bit. >> a little bit of a bounceback. >> people are wondering about the asian markets and euro
a minimum, steve. >> absolutely. nikkei index finished down something like 2%. right now, i was looking at the european stock market and, you know, it's pretty much down one, two, almost 3%. and the dow right now is down, what, 238 points right now as we speak. so it's really moving lower. >> that's not good for us. for more reaction, let's go to fox news reporter jennifer davis joining us live from our d.c. bureau. good morning to you. >> good morning, guys. all eyes on the global markets today to see how they react to news of this s&p downgrade. u.s. stock futures have tumbled. asian markets down. what's going to happen on wall street? that's the million dollar question today. the news from s&p came after those markets had closed on friday. downgrade going from triple a status down one notch to double a plus. s&p says this is a reflection not only of the political gridlock in washington and fact that the ratings agency doubts whether or not lawmakers can come together to work this problem out but also about the fact that they say that debt ceiling deal last week didn't cut enough. s&p
and the dax had been down. >> important to note, we have this exact same thing play out monday night, steve, i'm sorry, sunday night, monday morning. we were sitting here and talking on the couch. the asian markets were very weak sunday night. last night, we were doing the show on the fox business network. i was sitting there watching, hosting the show. we went down from down 100 futures again but indicating a lower opening to down 200, to down 300. to down 350. we put the asian markets to bed. we woke up this morning in europe, again, floated the boat a little bit like it had yesterday. problem is when the u.s. markets open up, that's when the selling came back and it really -- the markets started to tank once again but right now, we're sitting up a little bit. up a little bit. but it's a great improvement from late last night. >> do you agree with the fact that it was oversold yesterday so we might see a bounce today? >> no, gretchen, because these are big things. this is the first time ever u.s. downgrade of american debt. this is a -- this isn't an overbought, oversold or just money is mo
to break right now. let's go over to steve and peter for another segment. >> thanks so much, gretch. he's very clear they're not going to tolerate anything over there. a turbulent stock market and a struggling economy has many americans and even the mainstream media, the mainstream media now questioning president obama. >> if i don't have this done in three years, then there's going to be a one term proposition. >> there you are, mr. axelrod, that was the president at the start. we're getting right up to that three year point. is this going to be a one term presidency? >> i think the question is what this election -- first of all, let's -- let's certify that we have -- we're in a different place than we were the day he did that interview. >> we are. things are worse. >> things are worse. he's right. is the mainstream media now souring on the president? joining us now is l.a. times columnist andrew malcolm. good morning. >> good morning, how are you today? >> fine, how would you answer that question? is the mainstream media now souring on the president? in the wake of what's gone on
. for more on the international reaction, a preview of what's ahead, we bring in steve, live in london. how do the markets look, steve? >> very good day to you. if you're along these markets it's another torrid start. the asian markets fell over 2% earlier on today, 2.2% was the mean for the lacks of the hang seng and nikkei was down by a similar margin. they were down again. after having rallied. the london market, blue chips down 1 1/2%. germany, the market down 2.1% but the future of the u.s. indices are showing more negativity. the dow futures showing 2.1% lower and the longer context the dow is down 10% in the last two weeks. >> so germany down 2.1%, the futures down here. how much of this, steve, do you think is because of the s&p downgrade, the white house has attacked the s&p saying this is meaningless and got their math wrong but how is everyone reacting. >> we must not forget the s&p warned us back in april they could do this. the market was well prepared for what they were about to do regardless of the politics back in washington. the fact remains though this isn't just the u.s.
from the tech world. steve jobs has steps down as ceo as apple. in a letter last night, he said he can no longer meet the duties and expectations of the job. he has been on medical leave since january. he was diagnosed with cancer and had a liver transplant in 2009. tim cook will take the company reins for the time being. >>> some sad news from the sports world. mike flanagan has died. there is still no word on a cause. his body was found outside of his baltimore county home on wednesday. he pitched for the orioles from 1975 to 1987. >>> the redskins are getting ready for their preseason game tonight. they will go to baltimore to take on the ravens. mike shanahan has not said who he will be starting but he said both quarterbacks will play on the offense. >>> the resignation of steve jobs is party taking a toll on the markets. >> linda bell is live in in new york. one week ago we were reporting it was the strongest stock out there. >> you mentioned his steve jobs' resignation. any move he makes is closely watched by wall street. apple is the second most valuable company in the world aft
of president obama. nbc's steve handelsman reports. >> reporter: only republican candidates in the fox debate in iowa saved their best shots for president obama. >> our president simply doesn't understand how to lead. >> and the message is this. you are finished in 2012. >> reporter: mitt romney in iowa for the first time since may got heckled. >> you came here to listen to the people. >> look, obama-care was patterned after the mitt plan in massachusetts. >> reporter: fighting to keep his campaign alive tim pawlenty had vowed no more timidity. he clashed with michele bachmann. >> in congress her record of accomplishment and results is nonexistent. >> people are looking for a champion. they want someone who's been fighting. >> if that's your view of effective leadership with results, please stop, because you're killing us. >> reporter: tea party favorite texas governor rick perry made clear he's going to run. perry's move mocked by a fellow texan. >> i'm very pleased that he's coming in because he represents the status quo. >> reporter: all the debaters did agree to oppose tax hikes, but this
and what is the same. wall street journal and editor. dan, and columnist mary ogradey and steve moore. mary annie, are we headed for another recession? >> i wish i knew. on the one side, you have a lot of talk about what glate shape corporate balance sheets are in. but the national fed federation of business. >> that is the small businesses. >> it declined for the fifth month in a row and 10 percent of the small business owners said that only 10 percent expected an increase in employment and 11 percent said they expected to have fewer workers over the next 3months. small business is such a key to the health of the economy that if the small business sector is so negative, it is not a good sign about the health of the recovery. >> steve comparison with 2008, are all over the place. are we better or worse off going into thoo recession? >> i don't think it is 2008 again. i believe what is happening with the u.s. economy is a repudiation of obama nomics. virtually everything that obama has done with the respect to the economy is negative in my opinion and led to more unemployment. this is a repu
." >>> let's check in with steve. >>> we have a rip-roarin' sea breeze, 25, 30 miles an hour through the delta. temperatures really held check. a lot of 50s. let's go to sal. >>> traffic is moving along very nicely as you head out to the macarthur maze. the mist has not been as much of a problem as we might have thought. we haven't seen too many fender- benders. we're also looking at interstate 880. there have been a few minor ones but for the most part, we're off to a good start. back to the desk. >>> thank you. new this morning, there are indications that the two uc berkeley graduates detained in iran may be detained soon. the judge promised a verdict in their case sometime this week. just hours ago, return's ambassador told "the associated -- iran's ambassador told" the associated press "he expects them to be released. the three hikers were arrested accused of spying. sarah shourd was released on humanitarian grounds about a year ago. >>> a fire started at a home on alturo place around 3:00 this morning. fire started in the garage which had been converted to a bedroom. when fire c
. tonight, correspondent steve brown looks at what has changed for president since then. and what has not. >> iowa launched barack obama. he won the democratic caucuse caucuses, breezed to take the state in the general election. >> obama for america. >> looking ahead to 2012. >> at the end of the day, the field organization wins these things. it always is. it always has been. it always will be. >> the ace up the president's sleeve in iowa is organization. the huge crowds of three years ago were the result of a large and deep operation, much of which still exist. plus. >> we still got the 35,000 vote edge over the republicans. >> but that's down substantially from the 110,000 register voter edge democrats had in 2008. >> that is putting a chill down the side of david axelrod and the gang in chicago. iowa is competitive territory. >> on the marquee campaign issue of jobs, iowa unemployment is 6%, lower than the national average of 9.1%. the state lost over 21,000 manufacturerring job since the 2008 election. that economic unease was a factor in the 2010 gubernatorial race. >> i defeated inc
agreement. >> joining me now is cnbc senior economic reporter steve liesman and jarod burnstein, former chief economist to vice president biden. good morning. steve, the immediate worries people need to have when they hear about this and they're coming back after a weekend off and hearing the news this monday morning. what does the downgrade mean for the american people right now? >> i think it means go back on vacation. it's certainly a better place than what's happening right now on wall street. skip the good and bad and go right to the ugly. we're down, you showed the numbers, i'll give you percentages, between 3% and 4% all the way up to the nasdaq. essentially, i think the concerns are what happens to your stock portfolios. there's another concern that's a little more controversial about interest rates. when you look at what's happened to u.s. government debt, remember, that's the thing that was downgraded. those yields have fallen. interest rates have declined there as you have essentially a flight to safety. so, despite the s&p downgrade, the united states debt is still seen as a
their patients for providing good care also happen to have a much darker side to them. we're joined now by steve sternberg from "usa today" with more on this disturbing and revealing article that he's done research on. steve, what is the darker side? [no audio] >> apparently we're having a problem with steve's interview. we'll get him back in a moment. >>> here's a look at things making news now at 6:12. a texas jury has convicted religious sect leader warren jeffs of sexually assaulting two child brides. jeffs who represented himself, stood stone-faced when the verdict was read. he faces up to life in prison. >>> the nfl is officially back in business! players have ratified a new ten-year collective bargaining agreement which is good for the fans. the contract allows the nfl to eventually become the first major u.s. professional sports league to use blood testing for human growth hormone. >>> chrysler is recalling more than 367,000 dodge and chrysler minivans because the airbags can go off without warning. the recall affects the 2008 chrysler town & country and dodge grand caravan minivan. the
't believe so. >> thanks for coming in. >> thank you. >> steve. >> the sinking market is driving down the cost of oil translating to lower prices at the pump. average national prices could be somewhere between $3.3.50 a gallon in the next few weeks in the area today an average for a gallon in dc, 3 .8 8-cents a gallon. >> the president will be in springfield announcing new fuel efficiency standards for work trucks, buses and other heavy duty vehicles it will save businesses in fuel costs it will take effect beginning with 2014 model years. >>> another big story this morning the first phase of the back transition begins today. >>> the long awaited move of defense workers, stirring up traffic concerns. stacy good morning. >> reporter: good morning this is always a busy place to be 200,000 folks commute up and down 395 every single day now with the addition of this large new building that will eventually be 6,000 extra commuters on that stretch of roadway that has been cause for concern the first wave of emily owes arrived for work today. -- employees
street journal and editor. dan, and columnist mary ogradey and steve moore. mary annie, are we headed for another recession? >> i wish i knew. on the one side, you have a lot of talk about what glate shape corporate balance sheets are in. but the national fed federation of business. >> that is the small businesses. >> it declined for the fifth month in a row and 10 percent of the small business owners said that only 10 percent expected an increase in employment and 11 percent said they expected to have fewer workers over the next 3months. small business is such a key to the health of the economy that if the small business sector is so negative, it is not a good sign about the health of the recovery. >> steve comparison with 2008, are all over the place. are we better or worse off going into thoo recession? >> i don't think it is 2008 again. i believe what is happening with the u.s. economy is a repudiation of obama nomics. virtually everything that obama has done with the respect to the economy is negative in my opinion and led to more unemployment. this is a repudiation of the econom
and joining us from washington, steve moore, senior economics writer for the "wall street journal." now, steve, i know that our principles, you are opposed to what cynthia tucker just proposed. you think extending these unemployment benefited a infinitum is bad, bad, bad. let me ask you something, if you pull away extended unemployment benefits from people who are out of work. doesn't that hurt the economy because then they don't have money to spend and that hurts the shop owners, that hurts, you know, people who are providing their gas and utilities because they can't pay their bills and then the economy stalls even worse. >> you don't create jobs and employment by paying people to stay unemployed. that's essentially what the unemployment insurance program does. look, i don't have a problem with providing someone with three or six months of unemployment benefits if they fall hard on their luck and lose their jobs. as you know, juan, we are now paying people almost two years of benefits and the statistics in evidence is very clear on this. the longer you provide people unemployment benefits, t
for being with us. steve, over to you. >> we will check with the fox video tape. two buys armed with an adult, it happened because a woman spanked her child and that's all coming up at 7:40. stay tuned. !z . >>> all right, here is the deal, you have only until today to feed your family and we are talking a $10 credit for a pizza, you can find a link on our home page. you can use that credit in any of their locations in the food truck or the stands around national park and again look for the link on www.myfoxdc.com. >>> in virginia, this means you will not have to pay the sales tax on school supplies and clothing. items like notebooks will be tax-free and loss as -- long as $20 or less and the tax holiday runs sunday. >> you pay a price down the road. but -- >> particularly we all get our electric bill in a couple of days. let's get to the numbers in reagan national 73 degrees right now. and generally refreshing temperatures overnight, salisbury 66, opening up for you nothing too extreme for you up to the north new york city is 71 and we are 68 in detroit. all in all it should
will stay with us for awhile should be nicer on this wednesday morning glad you are with us i am steve >> i am tony perkins in for alison it is a nice day. tucker barnes keeping his eyes on the forecast and tell us more about the weather ahead. >> yeah, you already saw in the live shot less has and humidity. that is really the bright spot it will be a nice day high temperatures back in the 90s. take humidity out of the equation in washington in august, should be a great looking day. conditions out there a few clouds flowing through mostly a sunny start should be a beautiful day a series of weak cold fronts will come through during the day. the first one will dry us out and the second one should cool us down later tonight and during the day tomorrow good looking forecast next couple days temperatures regan national, the warm spot, 77 degrees, dulles 68, fredericks burg, 70 and forecast for today, yeah, here is your planner should be a good one lots of sunshine we will go with warm, less humidity will feel better, highs by 4:00 p.m. low 90s. it will be dry so no need to bring an umbrella. >>
for a moderate delay. >>> let's go to steve. >> well, already sunny for some. it looks like napa county fog- fry. only fog in southern sonoma county. solano looks fog-free. santa clara kind of 50/50. i've seen a bigger fog bank than that, maybe by tomorrow morning it will start to enhance. it will burn off fast. fog or sun. 50 or 60. mostly sunny by noon. sunny, nice to warm. 60s, 70s, 80s and some 90s. so we're getting back into a typical pattern. wily average for this -- really average for this time of year. warm to hot inland. 80s and 90s. cooler tomorrow as the system moves into the north. that will pick up the nothing and enhance it a little bit. there's still plenty offshore. low clouds will give way to sunshine today. the thunderstorm activity seems to be pushing off to the east and south. it was close a couple of days ago. 50s and 60s. a little bit more wind today. yesterday there were some calm conditions. had 40s in the north bay. west-southwest 20. that's a lot stronger than yesterday. san jose, mostly cloudy. but i think the fog will burn off fast. a little spin in the atmosphere. co
are driving in the south bay, 280 and 17 are off to good starts. >>> let's go to steve. >>> all right, sal. a lot of low clouds. some sun already. low clouds burned back. it willings -- it looks like it will burn off. too much in the way of fog for temperatures to get out of the 60s. low 50s to upper 50s. still -- i and not much change. sonoma county airport, down to 51. low clouds, though, kind of stop any further cooling. west-southwest, what is that 18? 13? and that's not very strong for travis. it needs to be stronger than that. so that along with a shallower fog bank shows me we'll be warmer away from the coast. for those of you looking for warm weather, there's always another system. so you get a warmup. it gets blasted right out. there are signs that an even stronger system could come in. 60s 70s and 80s. ukiah and clearlake, 80 napa. kentfield. 84 dan victims. 88 brentwood. probably about 90 towards vac cau ville. but 67 alameda. pleasanton, 84. 76 milpitas. 75 degrees. los gatos, 70sen the peninsula -- 7s on the peninsula. a lot of -- 70s on the peninsula. a lot of 60s. much of th
for waking up with fox 5 morning news. steve is taking a little break. i'm allison seymour. >> i'm tony perkins. that is a nice picture out there. i think the nicest one we've seep this early in the morning over the last couple of days. tucker barnes is here to tell us more about the weather. >> comfortable temperatures. we are back generally in the 60s. low 70s here in washington. a nice friday. we'll do a little bit of cloud cover but later this afternoon, more sunshine and we should be dry today. let's get to it. satellite-radar, speaking of dry, not completely dry out to the west. got a few light sprinkles. not even sure these are touching the ground. my be a few sprinkles if are watching out towards front royal, out towards winchester. here in wash, just a mix of sun and clouds to start your morning. it will be a partly sunny day today and we should be dry. i think it will be a decent afternoon for us. let's switch gears and do some temperatures. lots of 60s out there. comfortable temperatures in baltimore, 67. 66 in frederick. 73 in fredericksburg. 63 in ocean city. that's nice. p
, august 2nd. we are taking a look at the dome this morning. straight up 5:00. i'm steve chenevey. >> i'm sarah simmons. welcome to fox 5 morning news. let's say hello to tony perkins to go the latest on our weather today and it will be a warm one but shouldn't feel as bad as it has. >> no, actually, a few degrees cooler, relative terms than it was yesterday when we got up to 100 degrees and not quite as humid. it will still be hot but we have to grab onto whatever we k your current temperatures this morning, 75 degrees. relative humidity is at 73%. we'll have more humidity in the morning than we will in the affect. your wind are -- your wind are out of the southwest at eight -- your winds are out of the southwest at eight miles per hour. last night, as expected, we had the thunderstorms come through. some areas of heavy rain, thunder, heightening. all of that has pushed offshore now. we do have some clouds out there but generally speaking, we'll see clearing conditions and plenty of sunshine across the region for today. so the forecast for today looks like this. hot, not quite as humi
about traffic that's gonna be busy as we drive through there. 7:07. let's go to steve. >>> a little bit bigger fog bank today. temperatures -- temperatures will be i think coming down a couple of degrees inland. instead of the low to mid-90s. there will still be a couple of 90s. but the fog has really kept temperatures in check. every day this month, the low has been between 53 and 55 and the high 65 to 66 if you. if you live in the city and work in the city, it's ground dog day. nothing has changed. september is usually the time of year when we get the breeze hans the coat warms -- and the coast warms up. 70s around the bay, mid- to upper. a few high clouds are on their way to visit. they are wrapping around a developing low. but providing enough lift to that gog into places. most locations say cloudy. inland. temperatures, 50s for almost everybody. 55 santa rosa. yesterday at this time they were 49. so the lee clouds, holding in check there. it was west-southwest 12 yesterday. 16. it's a little bit stronger component. sfo oakland and sfo con ford -- concord. high pressure will probabl
going to talk about his caddie. his former caddie steve williams, who was fired not that long ago. rather unceremoniously, one might argue, after being with tiger woods for about 11 years. this weekend the bridgestone invitational took place where tiger has had a lot of success. he was not with his caddie, steve williams. in fact, steve williams was with adam scott who you see on the right. guess who won. yeah, not tiger woods. adam scott won. >> there's some justice in there. >> poetic justice here. there are those saying steve williams is a bit of a sore winner. he's sort of bragging a little bit about all of this, gloloing that fortunes have turned in his favor. >> hard not to do if you are fired. >> tiger woods finished 37th in this tournament. so his fortunes not doing so well. >> maybe the caddie brings the luck. >> some advice, you never know, caddies can make a difference. >> as we know, charlie sheen's character is no o ng over "two and a half men." ashton kutchch all set to take over. now we have the details how they got rid of charlie's character. apparently he will hav
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